This is part 3 in a series dedicated to AWS CodeDeploy API using .NET SDK. In part 1, I created the CodeDeploy application using ASP.NET Core MVC, C#, and DynamoDB. In part 2, I created the deployment group which has settings for alarms, load balance, auto scaling groups, deployment styles, and other settings.
In this post, I want to concentrate on creating the deployment. In the deployment request, you can specify revision information (Github or S3 settings), deployment group, auto rollback configuration, and other settings.
Talk is cheap. Show me the code!
If you want to follow along, you can visit my github repo at https://github.com/agileraymond/DotNetDeployments. Now that you have a reference to the repo, let’s modify our controller so we can display our view.
This controller action displays our AddDeployment view.
There is a limitation with this view since it only displays S3 settings. In a future post, I will revisit this view and add the Github repo as well. I wanted to get something working in a short amount of time. When the user clicks on Add Deployment button, it will call a Post controller action to trigger a new deployment.
If the user entered all required information, a new deployment will be created in the AWS CodeDeploy console.
If you want to read more about the AWS .NET SDK, follow this link https://docs.aws.amazon.com/sdkfornet/v3/apidocs/Index.html.
If you have any questions or issues with this code, contact me via twitter @agileraymond.
Have a nice day!